Química Analítica Farmacêutica: Acesso Aberto

Química Analítica Farmacêutica: Acesso Aberto
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ISSN: 2471-2698


The Computational Approach in the Analytical Chemistry

Leticia Pérez Rial*

Computational chemistry is a branch of a chemical that uses computer simulation to help solve chemical problems. It uses theoretical chemistry methods, integrated into computer programs, to calculate molecular structures and structures, molecular groups, and solids. It is necessary because, apart from the recent effects of hydrogen ion cells (dihydrogen cation, see references there for more details), the quantum mass of the body cannot be solved by analysis, gradually in a closed state. Although the results of the calculations are often consistent with the information obtained by chemical experiments, in some cases they can predict to date the unseen chemical events. It is widely used in the manufacture of new medicines and building materials.